Also after logging into the account for the book the book is called world civilization you are to go to part 4 chapter 24 you can refer to 24.1 , 24.2 , 24.3, 24.4 for this assignment.

I have attached the instructions. Also after logging into the account for the book the book is called world civilization you are to go to part 4 chapter 24 you can refer to 24.1 , 24.2 , 24.3, 24.4 for this assignment.

Each magazine or newspaper article or internet source counts one-eighth of a book or journal article; in other words, one would have to have more endnotes and sources cited in the bibliography).

One Term Paper – typed 4 (min.) to 5 (max.) pages in length double-spaced, excluding the endnotes and bibliography pages; also, it should have at least 15 endnotes and a bibliography of eight academic sources (e.g. books and journal articles, but not textbooks and general encyclopedias. Each magazine or newspaper article or Internet source counts one-eighth of a book or journal article; in other words, one would have to have more endnotes and sources cited in the bibliography).
Further details are attached below
The paper should be about the Ethiopia-Somalia War over Ogaden

Explain what egalitarianism and kleptocracy are, according to diamond.

Explain what egalitarianism and kleptocracy are, according to Diamond. Also, list and briefly describe the four major steps that urban migrants perform to setup informal housing in third world cities, such as Lima, Peru. How is bureaucracy a problem for residents of a country, such as Peru, in terms of claiming and using the land on which they reside?
Your writing should begin with an overview of your opinion and summary of data supporting it and rely on evidence from this week’s readings and any other pertinent course materials (e.g. lecture video) from this week, stated in a clear and organized manner. The writing should be approximately the equivalent of one page double-spaced with citations of our relevant sources to provide evidence for your argument.

What happens if the president fails to sign the bill into law?

1. Describe what it means to say that our nation has a bicameral legislature. Identify the two houses of Congress, and describe how each state is represented in each house. Use this information to explain how one state may be represented by fewer than 5 persons in Congress while another may be represented by more than 50. Describe the terms of office in each house of Congress. [MO5.1]
2. Describe what incumbency means, what a constituency is, and what pork-barrel legislation represents. How is incumbency both a positive and a negative for a legislator? [MO5.1]
3. One of the functions of Congress is to represent the interests of the American people. In an effort to respond to changes in the population, every ten years the U.S. census results in the House of Representatives being reapportioned. What are reapportionment and redistricting? Explain gerrymandering. [MO5.1]
4. What are the leadership positions in each house of Congress? What is a party conference (or caucus)? [MO5.1, 5.2]
5. Briefly describe the representation models for members of Congress. [MO5.2]
6. Since there are so many issues and potential pieces of legislation that Congress deals with daily, areas of interest are divided into several committees. Each committee is staffed by members of both parties. Explain the role and function of congressional committees. [MO5.1, 5.2]
7. In order for a policy idea to become law, certain steps must occur. From a bill’s initial introduction, follow the process a bill must go through to eventually end up on the president’s desk for signature. Provide a full description of this process. What happens if the president fails to sign the bill into law? What are the positives and negatives related to the time it takes for a bill to become law?

Don’t just summarize events and evidence (though some of that is necessary).

Essay Checklist
General:
Essay consists of at least 5 distinct paragraphs, including an introduction, a conclusion and at least three body paragraphs that are organized by topic.
Essay meets all requirements presented in other directions.
Introduction:
Provides clear and interesting background information and context, sets the stage for the events (major people, places, dates, themes, ideas, definitions, events, etc.)
Provides thesis (i.e. reworks the question into a clear statement that provides an answer). Thesis should meet the following criteria: it is debatable, it informs the reader of the writers’ point of view, and it answers the question.
Analysis:
ANSWER THE QUESTION! Don’t just summarize events and evidence (though some of that is necessary). Use the evidence to support your argument (which is your answer to the question, or thesis) and provide meaningful document analysis. Document analysis means to break apart pieces of the document, investigate and explain the meaning, provide historical context (is the document a reaction to something going on at the time?), etc.
No more than 20% of the writing is direct quotes
Conclusion:
Rephrases the thesis in a new and fresh way
Restates your main ideas without being repetitive
Does not introduce new evidence. Deals with the big ideas but uses the topics and themes discussed in the body

Don’t write two separate paragraphs — one for each chapter.

What are the three principal ways Dr. King characterizes American society in 1965-1966?
Note: you are to draw your characterizations from the two chapters in Dr. King’s Autobiography (pp.290-315), “Watts” and “Chicago Campaign.” I am looking for only three characterizations for the assignment. Don’t write two separate paragraphs — one for each chapter. Only one paragraph with three characterizations drawn from the two chapters.

Choose one movement from this time period and write a research paper describing how it changed over the years.

Many different movements attempted to bring about social and political change in the years between 1930 and 2000. Choose one movement from this time period and write a research paper describing how it changed over the years. Use a combination of primary and secondary sources to collect evidence in support of your thesis statement about the movement. In your report, paraphrase, summarize, quote, and cite your sources.

What is similar and what is different between them?

Clarify what patrilineal and matrilineal descent are and provide an example from a cultural group about how these types of descent influence gender roles in a society. Compare and contrast patrilineal and matrilineal kinship systems in terms of their major characteristics. What is similar and what is different between them? Regarding marriage and gender, compare and contrast the Chagnon and Nanda readings concerning marriage rules and the roles of men and women in the various societies described.
Your writing should begin with an overview of your opinion and summary of data supporting it and rely on evidence from this week’s readings and any other pertinent course materials (e.g. lecture video) from this week, stated in a clear and organized manner. The writing should be approximately the equivalent of one page double-spaced with citations of our relevant sources to provide evidence for your argument.

To find the answers for part one of the paper you are to look in the book i have put the login details once logged in you are to go to the world civilization book part 4 chapter 22 part 22-1a

I have attached instructions.
The primary source 1 the commissioner letter is attached.
The primary source 2 Lord Palmerston is attached.
To find the answers for part one of the paper you are to look in the book I have put the login details once logged in you are to go to the world civilization book part 4 chapter 22 part 22-1a